Shapes, designs, and photos of 19 Trey Ceiling Designs
Top trey ceilings in NC New Homes
Here's how Trey Ceilings are shaping up for 2019 in new homes - with octagonal, box, step, and double step Trey Ceiling styles.
What rooms do Trey Ceilings go in? Custom home builders in NC can build a Trey Ceiling into just about any room in your new home. The rooms chosen most often for Trey Ceilings are master bedrooms and formal dining rooms.
What Trey Ceiling styles are the most popular? Step, shallow step, vaulted, octagonal, angled, and single box Trey Ceilings are trending for 2019.
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Trey Ceiling Design #1 - This Dining Room has a Trey Ceiling shaped to match the contours of the room, with a grey and white theme, site finished oak flooring, and wainscoting to complete the formality.
Trey Ceiling Design #2 - The trey ceiling in this Chapel Hill new home has sculpted corners to add artistry. Arched entrances and full wall wainscoting add graciousness to this Formal Dining Room.
Trey Ceiling Design #3 - This Formal Dining Room is wrapped in warm brown and white, with lots of natural light, custom designed wainscoting, and a ribbon octagonal Trey Ceiling.
Trey Ceiling Design #4 - Double Trey Ceilings like this are popular in Master Suite Bedrooms. Here the softness of baby blue ribbon emphasizes the layering look and blends the ceiling with the walls.
Trey Ceiling Design #5 - This Double Trey Ceiling in the Master Suite Bedroom emphasizes the grand dimension of this spacious retreat. The blend of earth tones and white gives the setting a serene feel.
Trey Ceiling Design #6 - A few shades darker, this deep brown Master Suite Bedroom draws the eye to white steps in the Double Trey Ceiling. The raised height in this ceiling allows the depth of the tiers to be taller, adding a dramatic element.
Trey Ceiling Design #7 - The Deep Trey Ceiling design selected for this Master Suite Bedroom creates a crowning effect of sophistication. A wall of windows and glass door to the the patio add lots of natural light that further enhances a feeling of spaciousness.
Trey Ceiling Design #8 - This Master Suite Bedroom white Trey Ceiling has two layers, accented with crown molding. The Sitting Area tucked in at the back of the room has its own little niche, behind the trey.
Trey Ceiling Design #9 - Here's another approach to a multi-layer Trey Ceiling, in this Master Suite Bedroom bold with personality. Bright yellow and white layers make the room sunny and bright, while emphasizing the design's intricate tiers.
Trey Ceiling Design #10 - Flirtatious romance can be created with multiple layers in the Trey Ceiling, like this Master Suite Retreat. Your color palette choice in a custom home can follow your imagination - whimsy, daring or conventional.
Trey Ceiling Design #11 - The classic look to this Formal Dining Room Trey Ceiling reflects elegance, with a welcoming openness and simplistic design that compliments expansive windows, massive archway entrances, chair rail trim, and hardwoods.
Trey Ceiling Design #12 - Frame your Formal Dining Room with a Vertical Trey Ceiling like this to provide balance with your favorite wainscoting design. Color adds dimension, while white adds formality.
Trey Ceiling Design #13 - Create character in your Kitchen, with a huge Trey Ceiling across the entire room. What an unexpected way to prioritize the importance of this Chef's Kitchen.
Trey Ceiling Design #14 - Keep it simple, with a basic Trey Ceiling with just a touch of color in the ribbon effect seen here. It's a great way to emphasize informality. The light green walls inspire a comfortable, casual purpose for this Dining Room.
Trey Ceiling Design #15 - This Angled Trey Ceiling makes a statement as the crowning touch to a Formal Dining Room. Serving as a tie-together with incredibly detailed trim work, strategically placed arched windows and an art niche, this Trey Ceiling is the exclamation point.
Trey Ceiling Design #16 - Give your Dining Room designer appeal, with a multi-layered octagonal trey ceiling accented by bands of color like this new home in Chatham County. Deep green and white color combinations with expansive archway openings provide a formal wrap to the room.
Trey Ceiling Design #17 - When the emphasis is on the archways, you might want to opt for an all-white Octagonal Trey Ceiling in the Formal Dining Room. This subtle elegance element provides formality, without detracting from the artistry.
Trey Ceiling Design #18 - Simple and sweet, this Master Suite Bedroom is topped with a Trey Ceiling with a ribbon of yellow to match the walls. A Sitting Alcove beckons just beyond.
Trey Ceiling Design #19 - When you enter your Formal Dining Room through the wide swoop of this dramatic arched entry, the bold red and white of this traditional Dining Room provides rich elegance reflected throughout.
When you enter your dining room through the wide swoop of this dramatic arched entry, the bold red and white of this traditional dining room reflects confidence. When there's that much going on in the rest of the room, use your trey ceiling as a punctuation mark, like this.
New Custom Home Trends
When building a custom home in Chatham County near Chapel Hill, NC - and across 12 counties in central North Carolina - a Stanton Homes Signature Trey Ceiling can add detail, dimension and depth to nearly any room.
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